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High Pressure Switch Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of high pressure switch manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source high pressure switch manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate high pressure switch companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture high pressure switches for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading high pressure switch manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for high pressure contact switches, high gas pressure switches, or hvac high pressure switches.

  • Mentor, OH 440-205-7600

    Tecmark is a designer and manufacturer of remotely actuated controls used by OEMs worldwide. We offer an extensive line of high pressure switches, and our customer service representatives will help you find the perfect model for your application. Whether you are looking for an in-house solution, or an industry need, we continue to develop technological advancements.

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  • Bristol, CT 800-233-4401

    We are a leading manufacturer of pressure switches and a multitude of other products. For over 40 years, OEMs across many industries have relied on us to provide high quality products and exceptional customer service. Our team of engineers will analyze every aspect of your application to ensure that your performance specifications are met. The success of your application is the success of our business.

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  • Sturtevant, WI 262-886-2695

    As a family-run company with a long history, SIKA Dr. Siebert & Ku¨hn GmbH & Co. KG stands for reliable and precise measurement, control and calibration technology for flow, level, temperature, pressure and force. We focus on providing individual consultation and customized solutions. With more than a century of experience, our technical expertise is the cornerstone of our company’s success. When you choose SIKA, you will receive efficient, durable products and customer service tailored to your needs.

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  • Chatsworth, CA 818-341-4610

    For over 60 years, Custom Control Sensors has been a global leader specializing in standard and custom pressure switch products including temperature switches, vacuum switches, oil and air pressure switches and differential switches. Custom Control provides quality switches for a number of industries, including aerospace, defense, energy, and industrial markets. For more information, contact Custom Control Sensors today!

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  • Riverdale, NJ 973-616-6900

    Sigma-Netics pressure and vacuum switches offer extensive cycle life under the harshest operating conditions. For more than 50 years, our ruggedized pressure switches focus on protecting equipment, processes and personnel. Our switches have served in demanding mining, oil-and-gas, aerospace, military and industrial applications.

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  • Chardon, OH 800-323-9717

    We design and manufacture industrial controls. Solon Manufacturing's pressure switch selection includes differential pressure switches plus bellows actuated, diaphragm actuated, piston actuated, explosion proof, gauge indicating, hydraulic and temperature compensated vacuum pressure switches.

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High Pressure Switches

High pressure switches have extremely high proof pressure limits so that they can function in pressure systems that reach high pounds per square inch (psig). In addition, they can be useful in pressure systems that operate within normal pressure ranges, but could potentially experience temporary pressure surges or spikes that would cause the systems to exceed normal psig. While typical pressure switches would fail under such conditions, high pressure switches will maintain proper operation and allow for pressure control to be constantly maintained.

Advantageous for diverse applications, high pressure switches maintain pressure control in industries such as: the agricultural industry for use in equipment and machinery; marine industry for off-shore exploration; the defense industry for applications in which the conditions are unstable; and the HVAC industry for measuring and controlling cooling duct pressures. High pressure switches often offer additional features such as explosion or waterproof, due to the intense pressure conditions that they are required for. Most often composed from materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, Monel, hastelloy and steel, high pressure switches should have characteristics such as durability and tensile strength, with high corrosion-resistance desired, if not absolutely necessary.


High pressure switches can operate anywhere from 1 psig to 10,000 psig or more, with 4,500 to 7,500 psig being about the average maximum proof pressure. High pressure switches can be actuated through diaphragms, pistons or piezoelectric crystals, although they are not common. Diaphragm-actuated high pressure switches are probably the most common, and are actuated as the result of pressure fluctuation. The actuation is triggered when the flow exceeds the set point and the diaphragm is pushed open, causing the medium to flow through. The next common would be piston-actuated high pressure switches, in which the piston functions in much the same way as a valve, opening or closing in response to high pressure flow. Lastly, piezoelectric-actuated high pressure switches are actuated when the piezoelectric crystal is pressed or released, causing it to produce a voltage. High pressure switches are primarily a form of differential pressure switch, which serve to measure or regulate between two points of differing pressure and actuate based on a set point. However, they may also be vacuum or solid-state switches. While vacuum switches regulate the pressure between two closed cavities by converting a negative pressure signal to an electrical output, solid-state switches operate electronically and do not require moving parts; instead, they function by opening or closing pressure switch circuits.

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